Interview and photos by Diego Merino, in association with Clarksport. One of the Brundell Brothers, Mark Blundell, is in Mexico City for the Legends Cup support race during the Grand Prix weekend (come to think of it, we’d need to get Martin Brundle on the […]
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2022 Mexico City Grand Prix with Diego Merino: F1 Photo Gallery (Updated)
Photos courtesy of Diego Merino, in association with Clarksport. Paddock life in Mexico on Thursday. Paddock life in Mexico on Friday. Paddock life in Mexico on Saturday. Paddock life in Mexico on Sunday.
Mexican GP Spy Is Back!
Some say he speaks perfect Nahuatl and that his burritos are made out of used Pirelli rubber… All we know – he is the Mexican GP Spy!
The Asphalt Tweets Enzo: Paolo the Ferrarista Rates #MexicoGP & #BrazilGP
“We have been strong almost everywhere this year, obviously in a few races we had some difficulties, but as a team we can be proud. We are building ourselves for next year.” Kimi Räikkönen Forget about it, the thrill is gone. The championship is over […]
#MexicoGP Thru the Lens (Updated)
Travel (not)blog: #MexicoGP photos by iberianmph.com crew.
Mexican DRS, Story by Diego Merino
Images by @DMerinoF1 Popular motor sport madness in Mexico never ceases to amaze us. Passionate race fans dangerously invading roads in the 50s were one of the factors why the legendary Carrera Panamericana was cancelled. However Aztec motor fever continued during 1963-70, when the Magdalena […]
at p2pc2e Paddock Spy Strikes Back: #f1 #mexicoGP behind the GP
Our spy has been having fun with his camera @ Mexico GP: son of a fun.
F1’s Golden Years: Mexico City in 1989 by Diego Merino
Ahead of round 4 in Mexico City, incredible drama and excitement had unfolded during the previous three rounds in Rio, Imola and Monte-Carlo. This was no ordinary Formula 1 season; it was the beginning of a new era in the sport. At the start of […]
The Peraltada in Mexico City: 25 years between by Diego Merino
The week before last year’s Russian Grand Prix pictures appeared of the reopening of the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, and these images did not transport me back in time just because Jo Ramirez & Hector Rebaque were present to remember Mexican legacy in the sport during […]